What Happens Before, During  After Scalp Micropigmentation?

Genetics and age are often among the top factors that play a crucial role when you become aware of your hairline is receding. For men, their hairline starts to recede in their early twenties. And hair loss turns out to be more obvious when men are in their fifties. In general, pattern baldness has an effect on millions of men and women across the globe. Fortunately, there are a lot of techniques to slow down or treat hair loss.

Scalp Micropigmentation

Scalp micropigmentation is also known as a hair tattoo or a hairline restoration tattoo. It takes in the utilization of microscopic needles to deposit pigments into the scalp. It is a non-invasive process to restore the hairline and is designed to provide you with the appearance of a full head of hair, without the risks that come with a hair transplant.

Scalp micropigmentation is carried out by an expert technician or service provider. In addition, this is a non-surgical treatment for hair loss that provides you with the illusion of having a buzz cut or shaved hair on bald people.

What happens before scalp micropigmentation?

  1. Firstly, make sure your scalp and hair are clean prior to the appointment.
  2. Secondly, the service provider will establish the spots on the scalp where the treatment is required and mark the spots. For the ones who are bald, the technician may create an outline of the hairline depending on the age, head shape, and facial structure of an individual.
  3. Thirdly, both you and the technician will choose the colour of the pigment that will go with the colour of your hair.
  4. In the end, the technician will make sure that you will feel comfortable during the process by applying a numbing medicine to the scalp. In comparison with the tattoo needle, the ones utilized in scalp micropigmentation are smaller and thinner. So, it is comparatively very less painful than getting a tattoo.

What happens during scalp micropigmentation?

By making use of the scalp micropigmentation needle, the technician will deposit the pigments to the spots of the scalp where the treatment is required. Depositing the pigments signifies the technician draws tiny dots by making use of the needle to imitate the appearance of the follicles on the scalp.

The time consumed by the process of scalp micropigmentation depends on the size of the spot where the treatment is required. Generally, the process may take around five hours to finish. More often than not, an individual may need three or more treatment sessions in order to attain the preferred appearance. Multiple treatments are spaced quite a few weeks apart.

What happens after scalp micropigmentation?

Since there is no anesthesia or surgery involved, you can carry on with the daily activities post the treatment. However, you may experience a little redness on the scalp or it may feel itchy for some time. these are just mild side effects of the treatment and after a couple of days, they usually go away. To cover the scalp, you can mull over wearing a hat or scarf, whichever you prefer. Simply make sure that you go with a fabric that does not irritate the scalp.

Are there any risks or complications involved with scalp micropigmentation?

Using an unlicensed or inexperienced technician comes with a lot of risks. Usually, they fail to take the required precautions and put their clients at risk.

  1. Undesirable results of the treatment
  2. Infection from contaminated needles
  3. Allergic reactions to the pigments used
  1. Having a detailed word with the technician regarding your allergies
  2. Checking the gallery of before and after hairline restoration
  3. Opting for an experienced and licensed scalp pigmentation technician

Who can benefit from scalp micropigmentation?

Micropigmentation signifies “permanent makeup”. And so, the scalp micropigmentation hairline restoration tattoo is the application of micropigmentation on the scalp in order to create the look of having thicker hair in the ones who experience hair loss because of:

  1. Thin hair or scalp show-through
  2. Birthmarks or scars on the scalp
  3. Male pattern baldness
  4. Hormonal conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
  5. Chemotherapy
  6. Alopecia areata

Key advantages of scalp micropigmentation

The advantages associated with scalp micropigmentation include:

Receding hairline? EAV Cosmetic Tattoo Studio offers the best scalp micropigmentation treatment

There are a lot of diverse choices you can go with when it comes to treating hair loss. These consist of Over-the-counter medications and FDA-approved prescriptions, home remedies, and hair transplant techniques.

However, oral Finasteride and Minoxidil are high-maintenance alternatives. Hair transplants are costly and there are quite a lot of risks involved.

Moreover, there are not enough studies that support the effectiveness of home remedies to control the loss of hair. With a hairline restoration cream, it can take three to six months prior to you can become aware of any results.

If you would like a long-lasting, safe, and quick solution to hair loss, scalp micropigmentation is the most promising and the best option that you can always count on. Look no further than EAV Cosmetic Tattoo Studio if you are in search of a professional and experienced technician to carry out scalp micropigmentation on your head. Book a consultation session with one of the specialists today!

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